Meh, not impressed. It's a decent enough app but it doesn't recognize my installed lock screen. The site I'm trying to get into requires a lock screen but this wants me to use the one that comes with the phone. I personally don't like the basic lock screen so I installed another from the play store & everytime I try to use this app in conjunction with my login I get an alert that says something about the lock screen needing to be on. It's annoying and takes away from the app. I would rate higher were it not for this problem
Using it for Columbia Not ready for prime time... this is more like alpha than beta. Set up and authentication total failures... due diligence on all web-based support documentation: downloaded product doesn't faintly resemble examples. Back to drawing board and let us know when bugs are all out
Using it for Harvard Was fine but Hasnt worked all week. Seems to hanging up for no reason while I try to enter passcode. Hopefully update will fix this.
Really Has anyone at Google tried using this, Google duo fine, why not use the same process to join. WHAT barcode, what authentication code, crap like this make people stick to IOS
Poor security Due to duo using the hotp rather than the totp algorithm, this app is easily vulnerable to phishing, which is subverting the whole point of two factor.
Don't know how it works It show me to scan barcode.tell me how it work
- Fixed a bug that caused some passcodes to hide earlier than expected.
- Now showing notification actions on the lock screen if a screen lock is not required by the admin.
A Smart and Handy App for quick noise and vibration assessments.